Photo Safari at Childhood Home

My photo safari was an interesting experience because I was able to document small details about my childhood home. The house I lived in for about 25 years was just put on the market for sale. While this was homework, it was also a therapeutic approach to saying goodbye to a home that has housed many memories and is worthy of countless photographs. I photographed empty closets and my favorite stain glass window in the basement (my abstract photograph) that has always reminded me of seawater. I felt most creative trying to make an inanimate object appear alive, and I think it worked well placing a fish trinket in my blue bathtub to make it appear as if it were underwater. It was challenging to fit the photographs expected within the timeframe, but it also helped to not overthink the process. This was a cool way to say goodbye and also get my homework done!